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A friendlier way of outlining

Originally posted on Story Empire:
This post was a special request, and I’m happy to explain my process. I’m going to ask you pantsers to read it too. I may not change your mind, but you might glean a tip or two anyway. Today, we’re going to talk about outlining, but we’re going to do…

The A-Z Bookbag: P is for Poggibonsi

The A-Z Bookbag: P is for Poggibonsi

Originally posted on Allison Maruska:
Today’s Bookbag title brings us to a romantic comedy, a genre I don’t generally seek out in literature (and only occasionally in movies). But Poggibonsi by Dan Alatorre was such an entertaining read it was one of the first titles I listed when brainstorming Bookbag posts. Poggibonsi is the story…

Word Weaver UPDATE: Two more judges have sent their ranking! Now we are just waiting on Jenny…

Originally posted on Dan Alatorre:
I said it before, but itโ€™s true โ€“ which is why keep saying it: I get excited to see what these other judges have ranked as their best story. I know all of you are waiting to see who won and how well all of you did. Itโ€™s got to…

#NationalPoetryMonth – #SummerMagic – Promises

I can’t brain today, I have the dumb — questionable parenting edition

Deep in the heart of taxes

Originally posted on bluebird of bitterness:

When Tis Done – Part 52

Originally posted on Dellani Oakes:
To their surprise, they find out that John Curtis’ brother is the Voice of his Circle. John was just as glad that he wasn’t chosen himself. He has come to them, to ask for help. Their Inner Circle is weak, and not all the families have children. Cynthia calls the…

Publishing is a Business: 10 Tips to Protect your Creative Writer Self in the Marketplace – by Anne R. Allen…

Publishing is a Business: 10 Tips to Protect your Creative Writer Self in the Marketplace – by Anne R. Allen…

Originally posted on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog:
Alas, publishing is about the bottom line, not warm fuzzies and gold stars. The biggest obstacle many new writers face in making the leap from beginning writer to professional author is accepting that publishing is a business. Continue reading HERE

TLA 18 – What’s this all about?

Originally posted on Books & Entertainment Network:
Signing copies of Bitter Betrayal in the featured author area at TLA 18. Sooooooo the coolest thing that I believe as an author, Amanda M. Thrasher, and organization, Progressive Rising Phoenix Press, that we are a part of on an annual basis is the TLA (Texas Library Association)…

Author Toolbox Blog Hop: Writing a Synopsis

Author Toolbox Blog Hop: Writing a Synopsis

Originally posted on Megan Morgan:
It’s time for the Author Toolbox Blog Hop! The hop takes place the third Wednesday of every month (minus November/December) and focuses on the sharing of resources and learning tools for authors. Stop by the hop page and check out all the participants and their posts this month! Also check…


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